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Sep 2, 2011 6:00pm EDT
, we think somewhere around missouri, up to ohio and michigan probably by late sunday. by monday, looks like we'll start seeing some of that precipitation in our area. unfortunately. but most of the weekend -- most of the weekend, should be dry. now, there may be a shower late saturday evening. a scattered one sunday night. maybe a scattered shower. the best chance looks like on monday of scattered shower activity. a couple of thundershowers. unfortunately, that may linger, tuesday into wednesday, the way things are shaping up. the front is just going to slow down. south winds, 5 to 10 knots. the bay temp in the mid-70s. so tonight, we'll call it partly cloudy. right now, it's overcast. but it will clear out. low of 65. tomorrow, back up to 88, with partly sunny skies. warmer, more humid. it's going to feel like almost really early august or late july tomorrow. same thing on sunday. but a risk of scattered showers saturday night and again on sunday night. scattered, the real stuff probably doesn't get here, as i said, until monday. so hopefully, most of the weekend will be okay but warm
CBS
Sep 20, 2011 6:00pm EDT
. and as it clears out, another system upstream there, across upper michigan and wisconsin. that's moving in our direction. so tomorrow afternoon, look for more showers. looks like we'll be stuck with that same pattern thursday and again on friday. could even see some heavy rain. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. denise? >> thank you, bob. >>> a startling discovery in western maryland has department of as -- agriculture looking into who shot and killed a bird. someone shot a bald eagle near cumberland. >> reporter: officials say it's the first bald eagle to be shot in maryland in nearly 10 years. >> reporter: majestic and riegel, they are the -- regal, they are the majestic bird, they were brought back, to the delight of bird watchers who consider themselves lucky to spot one. >> to watch them feed around the lake or something. it's just really a wonderful sight. >> which is why the discovery friday of a dead bald eagle in cumberland is so alarming. dnr police called to private property, where a homeowner found the eagles shot to death, halfway submerged in the water, sparking an investig
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